|01-03-2013 03:25 PM|
|01-03-2013 03:20 PM|
|The-Judge||I got 5 hankook mt. 11.5 x 32 x15 for 870 mounted and out the door|
|01-03-2013 03:00 PM|
|01-03-2013 03:00 PM|
|KreepAlong||I just purchased the Cooper STT in 32", for cool factor and offroad, they are great. Got lots of compliments in the parking lots. Haven't tried them in any real snow just yet, but can tell you ,imo, the BFgoodrich AT KO goes through any snow your bumper will clear. Had the tire for 50k miles. Great tire in snow.|
|01-03-2013 02:52 PM|
|kfdjason7620||I bought my 33x10.5x15 bfg km2's off of eBay brand new for $844 shipped. Then I took them to a local tire shop and he mounted and balanced em for $60. So I have got a total of $904 in em, beat that|
|01-03-2013 02:45 PM|
|01-03-2013 01:53 PM|
what about Falken
Wild Peak A/T ?
they seem to be getting pretty good reviews and have a nice look...
I am in the same boat as remssim... for my 12 unlimited... want something wide, good looking that works on daily driver .
|12-04-2012 03:18 PM|
|SurfKaster||I'd definitely consider a hybrid like the duratrac. They don't have a strong sidewall, but would most likely fit your needs better than a MT for DD. MTs are awesome, but the noise will wear you down after awhile.|
|12-04-2012 02:17 PM|
|remssim||* Fishing Poles|
|12-04-2012 02:16 PM|
|remssim||Thanks for the advice. I only go about 4 miles to work and really wanted this jeep so I could fit the kids, fishing ploes, and the dog and go anywhere. You are right - I think the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac may be a good compromise.|
|12-04-2012 01:52 PM|
In all honesty, I think you would be better served by a set of BFG All-Terrain KO tires instead. Their sipes are significantly deeper, which means you'll see better grip on hardpack snow as the tire wears, plus they will be less noisy which is a tremendous benefit on the daily commute.
An all-out mud tire (such as the aforementioned Mud Grappler, or even the BFG Mud-Terrain KM2s that I run) uses larger lugs which are much more likely to skid across hardpack snow and ice rather than bite into it... and they'll be very noisy and a bit rough-riding. In other words, they're about the worst tires you can put on a daily driver, particularly in the snow belt.
Nitto Mud Grappler:
BFG Mud-Terrain KM2:
Be smart. Forget about the "coolness" factor for a minute and actually consider your intended use, then choose accordingly.
|12-04-2012 12:40 PM|
|12-04-2012 12:01 PM|
|12-04-2012 11:23 AM|
|Coffindaffer||Walmart or sams won't mount anything bigger than what your vehicle comes with stock. Buy from tire rack or 4wheelonline.com. Awesome site with good prices. They have a whole section of jeep parts too|
|12-04-2012 08:35 AM|
Where are you (city/state)?
|12-03-2012 07:59 PM|
|remssim||I went to NTB and asked what tires they had for me. My jeep is sitting on 34 SS now. They sugested a much smaller tire on 15s simply because they didnt have anything bigger. The manager than came over and said I should look on Tire Rack. Nice.|
|12-03-2012 07:40 PM|
Ntb had no cue about what?
Wally world has the goodyear wrangler authority. That's about it though.
|12-03-2012 07:30 PM|
I know I keep asking stupid questions but remember - I got rid of a sportscar for my TJ...
I went to NTB and they had no clue... Does Walmart or Sears carry anything that doesnt look and drive cheezy?
|12-03-2012 06:46 PM|
|Coffindaffer||Procomp extreme m/ts or toyo m/ts. They are moderately aggressive. Look awesome. Nice ride noise. And get amazing mileage. I have run 5 diff m/ts between my powerstroke( had 40x15.50r20) and my TJ (has 35x12.50r17) very satisfied with the procomps on my jeep on and offroad|
|12-03-2012 06:21 PM|
Only if a very loud annoying howl/drone equals awesome.[/QUOTE]
Yes it does lol.
|12-03-2012 05:42 PM|
Only if a very loud annoying howl/drone equals awesome.
Find a chain store that sells the tires you're looking at or take tires purchased online to a hole-in-the-wall shop with cash.
|12-03-2012 05:36 PM|
|12-03-2012 05:31 PM|
|Tjdude08||Well there's a way to kinda convert it but it is confusing myself. But offroad shops will or some little tire shops. Just depends.|
|12-03-2012 05:30 PM|
|Moabrubi||The tires I would consider running are Goodyear Mtr/K, Cooper STT, or BFG Krawlers. Therre's a lot of good brands out there, but these stick out to me the most for aggressive tires that are still streetable.|
|12-03-2012 05:26 PM|
|remssim||Also - Im seeing that alot of places wont put on tires over 30"??? What do you guys normally do?|
|12-03-2012 05:18 PM|
|remssim||I like the aggressive look. The jeep looks mean anyway. My issue is that I know I have 34 x 10.5 x 17s and I dont know what the conversion is to the other sizes listed. I guess I can call the companies and see. I just want to avoid $1500 of tires showing up at my door and then not fitting!|
|12-03-2012 03:11 PM|
|12-03-2012 03:00 PM|
|MOTO X TJ||GOODYEAR DURATRACS!! Discount tire direct has them for great prices w/ free shipping. They are smooth riding, no road noise, aggressive, inexpensive, and they wear very well....believe me if you get duratracs from dtd, you will be VERY happy!!|
|12-03-2012 09:30 AM|
Couldn't tell you that but it should fit your wheel. My buddy has them on his stock rubi wheels no problem.
Glad you like them. Im thinking of getting them myself
|12-03-2012 09:25 AM|
I just checked on line- that is EXACTLY what I was thinking of! I currently have 10.5' wide tires and it looks like these come in 12'. This may be a dumb question but will they fit on my rims? I guess the width can vary? Someone told me the more narrow the tire the better in the snow? Is this true.
Thanks again for your quick response.
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